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Avoiding Plagiarism and Handling Sources
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Academic Honesty: Avoiding Plagiarism and Handling Sources
All about plagiarism: definitions, examples, and an interactive tutorial.
Plagiarism: Definitions and Exercises
Plagiarism: A Student's Guide to Recognizing It and Avoiding It
By Dr. C. Barnbaum, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Valdosta State University. Describes types of plagiarism including copy & paste, word switch, style, metaphor, and idea.
Recognizing and Avoiding Plagiarism: Exercises
Interactive quiz from Cornell University that covers incorporation and attribution of words, ideas, images, and more. Log in as a guest.
Strategies for Managing and Incorporating Sources
NoodleTools (via Okta)
Stay organized as you evaluate information, build accurate citations, save source material, take notes, avoid plagiarism, outline topics, and prepare to write.
Quoting, Paraphrasing, and Summarizing
From the Purdue OWL (Online Writing Lab). Covers three ways to incorporate outside ideas into your work. Common to all three: the need to cite!
From the Purdue OWL. Examples and exercises to help you recognize and practice effective paraphrasing.
Real Life Plagiarism Cases
Boston principal resigns amid more plagiarism allegations
A historian and her sources
MIT professor sacked for fabricating data
Rand Paul's plagiarism allegations, and why they matter
Aug 31, 2018 12:18 PM
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